Granted, active ETFs have lower fees than comparable mutual funds, but they don’t address poor investment performance, which he maintains is main reason why investors are ditching actively managed products in favor of passive funds. Read the full article from The Journal of Financial Planning.
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Success of Active ETFs Questioned
- Monday, Dec 16 2013
- Markets & Investments
- Written by PFA News
Rick Ferri, author of The ETF Book, says actively managed exchanged traded funds won’t become very popular. So reports The Journal of Financial Planning.